help requested with fixing after ImageMagick update

Dominic Fandrey kamikaze at
Sat Apr 26 11:13:43 UTC 2008

Gerard wrote:
> On Sat, 26 Apr 2008 01:39:00 +0200
> Pav Lucistnik <pav at> wrote:
>> Hi folks,
>> we had a rather intrusive ImageMagick update recently, which left some
>> ports broken. Since it's quite a task for a single guy to fix them
>> all, I'd like to ask you folks to help out with this.
>> This is a list of known breakages:
>> science/gnudatalanguage
>> textproc/htmltolatex
>> graphics/kallery
>> graphics/php-magickwand
>> lang/q
>> graphics/reallyslick
>> graphics/ruby-rmagick
> Usually, I have no major problems updating ports. I use 'portupgrade'
> as my usually ports maintenance tool. However, in case like this I
> prefer 'portmanager'. It seems to correct problems with dependencies
> much better than 'portupgrade'. I would recommend that you do something
> like this:
> 1) If portmanager is not installed, install it.
> 2) Update your ports tree
> 3) Run: portmanager -u -l -p -y
> That should update all of your ports and force a rebuild of any port
> using an old or out dated dependency. It will also create a log file
> in: '/var/log/portmanager.log'. This usually works for me.
> Good luck!

Portmanager cannot work around changed library names either. The ports have to 
be fixed.

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